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Max Small has outstanding school loans that require a monthly payment of $1,000. He needs to purchase a new car for work and estimates that this will add $350 per month to his existing monthly obligations. Max will have $3,000 available after meeting all of his monthly living (operating) expenses. This amount could vary by plus or minus 10%.

a. To assess the potential impact of the additional borrowing on his financial leverage, calculate the DFL in tabular form for both the current and proposed loan payments using Max’s available $3,000 as a base and a 10% change.

b. Can Max afford the additional loan payment?

a. To assess the potential impact of the additional borrowing on his financial leverage, calculate the DFL in tabular form for both the current and proposed loan payments using Max’s available $3,000 as a base and a 10% change.

b. Can Max afford the additional loan payment?

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